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Exley believed that that the small but engaged crowds before him made a mockery of the organizer’s creed of moving citizens “up the ladder of engagement and eventually when you’re done with them you’ve turned them into a fully formed political human being and now they’re ready to run a neighborhood team,” as Exley put it. “What we’re saying is we have hundreds of thousands of people who are already there. They are already leaders in their churches, in their synagogues, in their community organizations, in their bands, in their families, in their workplaces. They’re already willing to do whatever they have to do for Bernie to win.”

Now all the campaign had to do was to figure out how to make such a Tennessean useful for winning votes in Iowa and New Hampshire—how to focus all of Sanders' national energies like a laser on places where he needed a victory.

Zack Exley, right, and Becky Bond, senior advisers to the Bernie 2016 presidential campaign, sit for a photograph outside the Beat Coffeehouse and Records in Las Vegas on Feb. 19, 2016.

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Exley was theoretically based at Sanders’ headquarters in Vermont, but throughout the fall and winter he was spending more and more time on what he called his “barnstorm tour,” replicating the model he and Trent had pioneered of rallying new volunteers through revival meetings. Exley insisted that the team he was developing to link them which he called “distributed organizing,” using technology to link far-flung sources of labor—not be classified as digital staffers even if their primary tool was the Internet. “At some point organizers started to use the telephone, but we don’t have telephone-organizing departments,” says Bond.

Exley was theoretically based at Sanders’ headquarters in Vermont, but throughout the fall and winter

Bond had spent her career at the intersection of activism and telephony.When she first encountered Exley in 2000, she was working at Working Assets Long Distance, a credit-card and telephone-service provider that funneled its profits towards progressive caucuses. In order to become a full-time adviser to Sanders, Bond took a leave from her post as vice president at the company, since renamed CREDO Mobile, where she had helped to launch a super-PAC whose first project was defeating Tea Party-affiliated members ofCongress.

When Bond joined the campaign in September, it was evident that any long-distance calling operation would be hampered by technological limitations. Exley had helped to launch the Chloé BuckleStrap Canvas amp; Leather Sandals outlet 100% original WKKPhFUJK
call center in 2004, and despite significant refinements since—by integrating phone functions directly into a Web interface—calling from home still remained far less efficient than from field offices. There, phone-bank volunteers are increasingly given predictive-dialer handsets, which—anticipating the low occurrence of having a human being answer any given phone call—use algorithms to dial multiple numbers concurrently and then link a live caller to a line where someone has picked up. Yet on the platform that Sanders invited non-staff-state volunteers to use, OpenVPB, callers had to manually summon each phone number through a website, a slow and frustrating process that Exley worried would leave them discouraged.

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LAS VEGAS — It was here two years ago that Celtics assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry gave draftee Guerschon Yabusele the “Dancing Bear” nickname. But the 6-foot-7 Frenchman is looking a bit more like Yogi Bear these days, the result of perhaps a little extra time with picnic baskets.

A stout Yabusele still managed 16 points and seven rebounds in 23 minutes of the Celts’ 95-89 win in their Vegas Summer League opener, but maneuvering his larger frame was a factor in seven fouls (players have 10 personals to work with here — quick, someone call Greg Kite).

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Yabusele acknowledged he’d like to lose some weight after pushing fairly close to the 300 range, and the Celtics have let it be known they’ll need to see less of Yabu if he wishes to see more of the court in the coming season.

“I know that we have the people in place to help him with that,” said assistant Jay Larranaga, who’s leading the Celtics entry here. “I thought he was pretty good (Friday night), but I think everybody can always improve their conditioning. I think taking ownership of your career is important.

“Basketball’s a game of speed, so he needs to be as fast as he can possibly be, and that’s true for every guy on our team. There’s a lot of fast guards that he’s going to have to be able to guard on switches.”

The value of Yabusele to the Celts is that he has more than enough size to play inside, but he can also step out and hit perimeter shots. But the key to competing for a place in the rotation will be defense and the ability to move.

“I’m probably going to lose a couple of pounds,” he said after the Celts’ morning workout yesterday. “I’ve already lost some. I feel good now, but I still feel like if I lose a little bit more I will still be great, so I’m really working on that.

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